Vadeesha Devaminda Wickramanayaka is a highly creative and sensitive young music student in his school. A special love letter that he finds accidentally, written by Punya, a women, more ... See full summary »
Mangrove Island . A Film Directed by Film Maestro Lester James Peiris . Main actor is Ajith Jinadasa who plays the role of Upali Giniwella, a young rebellious youth who travels to a small island to get away from the restrictive society around him.
The film is based on Martin Wickremasinghe's famous novel. It was a commercial success. Upali Giniwella (Ajith Jinadasa) is resentful of his new stepmother (Somalatha Subasinghe) and lashes out by committing harmless acts of mischief around the village. For this Upali is sent to a boarding school where he bonds with the headmaster (Joe Abeywickrema). He once again gets into trouble however and is returned home when a new headmaster installed.
Upali is punished by his father back home. He becomes more resentful and takes off with his servant boy Jinna (Padmasena Athukorala) to the island dubbed Madol Duwa. After some adventures there, Upali is found by a friend of his father. Upali learns that his father is sick and returns home to ask for forgiveness.
The Music is composed by Pandit W.D. Amaradeva and edited by Ms. Sumithra Peiris & Gladwin Fernando . The Filmography of Dr. Lester James Peiris as follows.
Amma Warune (An Elegy for a Mother, 2007) Wekande Walauwa (Mansion by the Lake, 2002) Awaragira (The Sunset, 1995) Yuganthaya (The Changing Village Part 3, 1983) Kaliyugaya (The Time of Kali - The Changing Village Part 2, 1982) Baddegama (Village in the jungle, 1980) Veera Puran Appu (Rebellion, 1979) Pinhami (1979) Ahasin Polawata (White Flowers for the Dead, 1978) Madol Duwa (Enchanted Island, 1976) The God King (1975) Desa Nisa (The Eyes, 1972) Nidhanaya (The Treasure, 1970) Akkara Paha (Five Acres of Land, 1969) Golu Hadawatha (Cold Heart, 1968) Ran Salu (The Yellow Robe, 1967) Delovak Athara (Between Two Worlds, 1966) Gamperaliya (The Changing Village Part 1, 1964) Sandesaya (The Message, 1960) Rekava (Line of Destiny, 1956)
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